Inspired by the medieval history of Veliky Novgorod, Russian interior design firm Hotels Only drew inspiration from the city's 14th century taverns to create the modern restaurant Fazenda. A minimalist color scheme, sand-like in tone and texture, references the limestone and brick laying technologies from the days of yore while bold black lighting fixtures illuminate the space in a contemporary fashion. Minimalist chairs made from natural wood invite diners relax beneath a reimagined thatched ceiling, which adds a rustic element to the dining area, further emphasized by woven baskets and hand-crafted ceramic accents. As for the kitchen, it's visible behind a low stone wall, much like those seen throughout the city centuries ago.
Hotels Only References Medieval Design for a Modern Russian Restaurant
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